At 10:41 PM 12/1/96 -0500, David B. Smith wrote:
>DL>From: David Lloyd-Jones <email@example.com>
>DL>Subject: Re: Re: Lyris
>DL>At 12:56 PM 12/1/96 -0800, Brian J. Murrell wrote:
>DL>>from the quill of firstname.lastname@example.org (David B. Smith) on scroll
>DL>>> If the product is worth X, why is a person who fully utilizes the
>DL>>> product paying Y?
>DL>>Thank-you. You have hit the nail square on the head.
>DL>And the answer is simple enough for a child to understand: Nobody is forcing
>DL>them to pay Y; they are only likely to pay Y if it is in fact worth enough
>DL>more than Y to them in their judgement to change from what they were doing
>What percentage of mailling list software companies use exactly the same
>sort of pricing structure?
>So, what was that about choice, again?
David Smith seems to miss the point: no matter what pricing structure
_anybody_ uses, you are not forced to buy from them. You can sit up all
night sending your e-mail out one item at a time if you like. The choice is